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Marine mammal research: its relationship to other scientific disciplines and to wider society

  • Peter G.H. Evans (a1) (a2), Pia Anderwald (a3) and Andrew J. Wright (a4)
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Correspondence should be addressed to: P.G.H. Evans, Sea Watch Foundation Ewyn y Don, Bull Bay, Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey LL68 9SD email: peter.evans@bangor.ac.uk

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Marine mammal research: its relationship to other scientific disciplines and to wider society

  • Peter G.H. Evans (a1) (a2), Pia Anderwald (a3) and Andrew J. Wright (a4)

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